Nursery and Plantation Management Training

Foresters from across the country are at the Institute attending Nursery and Plantation Management Training and sharing their invaluable vast expanse of nursery based experiences accrued while working with the Department. The training started o...

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Posted on 15/03/2021

Bhutan Annual Waterbird Count

Bhutan Annual Waterbird Count is a citizen-science initiative as a part of the Asian Waterbird Census (AWC) forming a bigger part of the global International Waterbird Census (IWC). This citizen-science program is supporting the conservation and management of wetlands and waterbirds worldwide.

Posted on 19/01/2021

Second Batch NC-II Nature Guide Training

The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environmental Research formally inducted 2nd batch of Nature Guide trainees today under DoEHR, MoLHR scholarship. 40 culture and trekking guides are participating in the training. The inaugural ceremony was graced by Dasho Dzondag, Bumthang Dzongkhag as the Chief Guest and other regio...

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Posted on 30/10/2020

Dragons Back for a Semester Program

A group of 12 students and 3 faculties from the ‘Where There Be Dragons’, the United States are at the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment Research (UWICER) campus, for Bhutan: Environmental sustainability and community happiness program. The group arrived on 21 st February 2020. During the program, they will e...

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Posted on 03/03/2020

Basic GPS and GIS Training

A week long training on basic GPS and GIS training started tody with 21 participants from the Department of Forests and Park Services (DoFPS). The training is aimed at imparting basic skills to DoFPS front-line staff on how to use smartphone GPS, acquire/collect spatial data, import and overlay data to Google Earth, digitize and proces...

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Posted on 11/02/2020

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